The three-year project, managed by EASA, is designed to support the implementation in Ukraine of EU airworthiness rules, and thus prepare the country's participation in EASA's activities, reported.

The launch follows the signing of an arrangement between the European Commission and the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine on the convergence of certification systems Jan. 16.

Read alsoUkSATSE: Ukraine's transit potential tends to zero amid Donbas warTo support this arrangement, the project will focus on the development and implementation of what is being called a "convergence document," and on technical cooperation activities in the fields of initial and continuing airworthiness.